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Indianapolis Raccoon Control & Removal

About Raccoons: Raccoons, with their black mask and ringed tail, cause a wide variety of problems. They are very strong and nimble, and often tip over garbage cans or pry their way inside houses. They commonly break into the attics of homes. Frequently, a female raccoon with babies will enter an attic. Raccoons are cute, but they can be very destructive. We humanely trap and relocate these animals. It's important to find and remove the baby raccoons if there's a momma raccoon in the attic.

Raccoons are a common nuisance animal in southeast Indiana. In Indianapolis and Marion County, raccoon have become a particularly common problem, as they have invaded many homes in the area. If you need a professional solution for your Indianapolis raccoon problem, give us at A Wildlife Pro a call.

BUSINESS SERVICE RANGE: We service the cities and surrounding towns of Indianapolis, Fishers, Carmel, Greenwood, Shelbyville, Lawrence, Speedway, Beechgrove, Franklin, Cumberland, Fairland, Whiteland, Greenfield, Pleasant View, New Palestine, Morristown, Philadelphia, Waldron, Boggstown, Gwyennville, Blue Ridge, and Fountaintown. Call 317-644-0965

In north and central Hamilton County and Hendricks County and 20 miles north or west of the city, including the towns of Zionsville, Noblesville, Westfield, Brownsburg, Avon, Fortville, Cicero, Waverley, Pittsboro, Lebanon, Martinsville, Coatesville, Camby, Royalton, Amity, Bloomington and Muncie, call 317-559-4805

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Indianapolis Raccoon Control Emails:

My dog was barking furiously. After turning the lights on the lanai, I carefully peeked outside to find six raccoons on top of my big ole cat, George, tearing him to shreds. I screamed and ran to George, armed with only my bare hands, and with an adrenaline rush, I got every single one off of him. One didn't escape out the doggie door, so I beat him senseless with the an electric surge cord. He was down for the count. Then I felt nauseous and went inside and I ran to the bathroom to throw up. I fell to my knees and couldn't get up for three minutes. It dawned on me that those things were rabid so I called 911. Nobody would help me. I was told to call several numbers, one of which said they would come for $295. I can't afford that. I grabbed the raccoon and put a laundry basket over the top of him because he was now mobile. I put some heavy objects over the top of him and he is still there. What should I do? I am trying to reach animal services in Indy. They aren't open yet, and I don't know how I would get him to a shelter. "Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds." - Gayle

If you don't want to hire help, maybe try to shoo the raccoon out the door, maybe with a broom.

I can't do that. It may be rabid. Fox 4 is doing a story on it because there is no public service who will come out and get the raccoon.

Did you get the raccoon out? I can't believe there's no public service who will come out and get the raccoon! There should also be a public service that cuts your lawn when nature makes the grass grow, or that fixes your roof if nature makes a tree fall on it. Looks like the authorities in SW Florida are about to face some violent opposition from you and Fox 4. Go get 'em!

No, I can take care of my lawn, and I have insurance for the roof, but I don't want the community in jeopardy by releasing a rabid animal back into the wild. Public services should be for the good of all, and that was my thinking on the subject.

Okay, okay, you have a point. It's just that the county animal services in most US cities decided about 20 years ago that they weren't going to handle wild animal issues, so it's been a long battle of "someone should take care of this for free", which is a sensitive subject for animal control agencies, and the industry that has arisen to handle the void. Sorry if I perturbed you, and take care.